Are you a fan of Tiny House Nation? Then we have some exciting news! Over the next few weeks, you’ll see our blinds and shades being used in these fun, amazing, showstopping designs! Take a look at this week’s end design:
If you missed this week’s episode, you can watch it here:
One of the best things about autumn is that you can make your home cozy, warm, and comfortable. Just by adding faux wood shutters to your windows, you’ll get an instant cozy feel. Take a look at this product video to learn more.
Think of your dream master bathroom. What comes to mind? A bathroom with a view? How about a deep tub for relaxing?
That’s exactly what Kim Lewis designed for Tiffani Thiessen, a famous actress best known for her roles on Saved by the Bell, 90210, and White Collar. Tiffani Thiessen’s bathroom makeover features a luxurious tub, a spacious shower, and a clean, crisp color palette, making this space calming, rejuvenating, and serene – everything that makes it worthy of the dream master bathroom title.
But our favorite part? The window shades. The Good Housekeeping Woven Shades in Jute Natural are a perfect addition to this gorgeous, drool-worthy design, adding texture and visual interest.
With the Select Blinds woven wood shades, this is the perfect blend of contemporary and traditional styles, making it a classic look full of functionality and personality.
The one word we’d use to describe this master bathroom design? Timeless.
Photography Credits: Rebecca Sanabria Photography
Pleated shades have great texture and insulation. But more than that, they look great and give you complete privacy and light control. Learn all about them with this quick video.
Want to see what it’s like to work here at Select Shops? Take a look at this fun music video we created. After all, we’re just happy people making people happy.
This past weekend, a few of us here at Select Blinds volunteered at the Future for Kids 2014 Summer Camp. What a great group of kids! Take a look at how it went and to learn more about the program.
We’ve teamed up with Safe Kids Day and Safe Kids Worldwide to promote child safety. It doesn’t take much to make your home child-safe, and it can start with your corded window coverings.
Well-known designer, Carriann Johnson, was our spokesperson for the Safe Kids Day event in Los Angeles. She talked about general child safety, and even discussed our no-cost cord cleat program. Cord cleats allow you to wrap up dangling and dangerous window covering cords, keeping them out of the hands of little ones. Cordless window coverings are the safest choice, but if you do have corded blinds and you can’t upgrade to cordless right now, you can use cord cleats to make your home safer.
Do you need cord cleats? We’ll send them to you for free. Simply fill out this form. Every life is precious, and we are doing what we can to protect children everywhere. To read even more about our free cord cleat program, read this press release.
Take a look at some of the pictures of Carriann at the Safe Kids Day event:
Window covering cord accidents are all too common. And the truth is, they are incredibly easy to prevent. It just takes a few safety measures, and you can have an instant safer home.
Cordless blinds and shades are the safest for homes with children. However, if you have corded blinds, you can still make them safer for your children.
Here are 5 child safety tips from the experts. Take a look and see how you can implement these tips in your own home.